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NBC
Sep 29, 2013 10:00pm PDT
these football athlete friends. >> reporter: mike stepped up and married her after the baby was born. >> he was a good father. he seemed to enjoy his kids. >> reporter: enjoyed carol's family too. especially her dad, milt. >> mike became like his son. >> reporter: milt brought young mike into the family house painting business. >> he just took to him immediately. everybody felt that way about mike, his friends, everybody. he was always a very likeable person. >> reporter: friendly, loyal, but not exactly ambitious. he didn't seem to mind at all settling down to a modest existence, them and the two kids all cramped up in a two bedroom, one bathhouse in torrance. but carol did mind it very much. >> i think she may have outgrown him somewhat. >> reporter: she had a secret affair by then. maybe more than one. she got herself a cute little red car, an audi fox, ordered personalized plates. the car is long gone now, so we did this one up to look just like it. and quite often, she'd get in her little car alone and go roaring off to school or to meat markets, like the local red onion was. >> i know
Comedy Central
Oct 3, 2013 11:30pm PDT
if the government stays shut down. >> mike and mila were scheduled to get married this saturday before the shutdown closed their memorial and cancelled their plans. >> well, my first idea was to jump the fence and just do it anyway but she can't jump a fence in a wedding dress and i don't want to be arrested on my wedding day. >> though if you were arrested on your wedding day you would save a bundle on the wedding photographer. (laughter) you see, folks-- with national parks shuttered, hundreds of couples have had to cancel their wedding. now i'm 100% in favor of the shutdown. but i feel bad for mike and myelin, their story is causing a shutdown in-- well, nation, you know, i promised you on night one of the shutdown that as leader of the colbert nation and earl lord of the afterscape i would provide all cancelled government services. and that includes weddings. now i don't usually advertise this, folks, but i am actually an order answered minister-- or drain-- ordained minister of the american marriage ministry, all right. (cheers and applause) this is the most prestigious ministry certification
CNBC
Sep 28, 2013 6:00am EDT
intermediate support level. >> do you like this trade, mike? >> it is a good tactical trade if you feel like you could have a 5%, 6% pullback. i would go a little further out and not limit the gains of my potential hedge. if we fall back as much as this fly indicates it might, that only takes us back a month. we had a phenomenal month in september. seeing a 5% pullback, that's not such a big deal. i would probably press further out and give myself a little bit more insurance to the down side. that said, i can see why this trade makes a lot of sense. they are risking so little and the gains could be so large on a 5%, 6% pullback. it makes a lot of sense >>> the other story of the day, the potential government shutdown. president obama making a statement late this afternoon. diana oleg is in d.c. with the wrap-up. >>> the senate voted to extend government funding through the end of the fiscal year, september 30th, through november 15th. they stripped out a provision added by the republican-controlled house to defund obama care. now, the house of representatives has to agree to a deal. presiden
Al Jazeera America
Sep 30, 2013 5:00pm EDT
deal if you are counting on your check and you are about to be furloughed. mike, that's a big deal. >> yeah, there are worker who will not be happy about it. but most experts say you are right, a shutdown fails in comparison to the debt ceiling, which expires soon -- >> here is the president >> and mike the president is in the briefing room. let's listen in. >> two should be fairly simple. pass the budget and pay america's bills. but if the united states congress does not fulfill its responsibility to pass a budget today, much of the united states government will be forced to shut down tomorrow. i want to be very clear about what that shut down would mean. with regard to operations that will continue, if you are on social security, you will keep receiving your checks. if you are on medicare, your doctor will see you. everyone's mail will still be delivered. and government operations related to national security or public safety will go on. our troops will continue to serve with skill, honor and courage. air traffic controllers, prison guards, those who are with border control -- bo
PBS
Oct 5, 2013 12:00am PDT
endorsed and take it away. >> i endorse bill thompson, the past controller. mike bloomberg did pretty well. lost by four or five points. but the mayor spent over $100 million. billorsed him again, but one. he worked in our office in city hall and worked with bill lynch, known to many as a rumpled genius. it brought him along as he has done so many others. bill is dead now and has his reward. but he has left quite a legacy. >> you endorse him now that he is one of the two finalists? >> absolutely. i called them on election night and congratulated him, offering to do whatever i could the help. -- to help. he not only worked for us, but his wife did, too. she worked in our speech office. the office of the reporters, the news office. she was terrific. very pleased that they are together. i suppose the whole world knows about dante and his afro. tavis: you are the first african-american mayor, but he is married to annette -- an african-american woman and his son has a huge afro. the president gave his afro a shout out. most multicultural ever,ltiracial new york there has only been one african-
SFGTV2
Sep 30, 2013 7:30pm PDT
moran. may i please have officer brendan o'connor. sergeant matthew o'leary. officer mike palata. and officer adrian pane. may i have now officer jason robertson. sergeant sean ryan. sergeant kelvin sanders. sergeant jason sawyer. [applause] can i have officer pete sable. officer thomas smith. officer michael wolf. officer ronald laberto. >> mike wolf decided to be with his wife, having a baby and missed our ceremony. see if he ever gets anything again. >> and the silver medal awarded for the first officer on that night sergeant roberto. and although captain told the story as well could be told. i was there that night. and the story pales by comparison if you saw what these officers encountered. and the fact of the smoke and the rounds going through floors and ceiling and fire and all the buildings attached. i can assure that the shot taken that night by officer hines saved lives as well as all of these officers. [applause] and one person that is not mentioned in the report is captain jason turnis, i don't know if he's here. but he's the captain on scene that had the courage and
Al Jazeera America
Sep 30, 2013 11:00pm EDT
the american people are watching and waiting. but there are developments. mike viqueira, mike. >> for those who are frustrated by the snail's pace that sometimes happens around here may be heartened by at least the fact they have batted this ball back and forth several times but to no avail. it started out today in the senate's court when the senate stripped out yet another delay in the implementation of the president's sibility affordable care act, otherwise known as obamacare, they sent it back to the senate, the senate stripped it back and sent it back to the house. at this point the house is not quite ready to give up in face of unified opposition. the house preparing one more go of it. and this is sort of a procedural twist. they're asking the senate to go to a house-senate conference to try to settle their differences and we are now 58 minutes from a shut down. harry reid just taking the floor a moment ago, saying no dice, we are not going to play this game and it appears john at this hour we are definitely going to have a shut down, the only question is how long will it last. president o
FOX News
Oct 3, 2013 11:00am PDT
. shelter in place. let's go back to mike emanuel with the latest. mike? >> since we last spoke i went to look out the window and i see a whole lot of police officers. they seem caulm. they are not taking any chances. they have a number of vehicles emergency vehicles out in the road to block off the road to make sure if anybody is still on the loose. but i saw a huge amount of police presence secret service it looked like as well and capitol security gathered. i could not make out exactly if they had a suspect apprehended or if there was still an active situation at this point. but an order has gone out on the tv sets in the senate to take shelter and wait for word on whether the situation has cleared up. they are staying away from the windows and taking protective steps and the staff that is here not affected by the government shut down is as safe as probable. >> mike emanuel reporting for us there live. chad, you are still inside of your office. >> i'm close to the house chamber you are absolutely right. when the alert came out, the house was in session debating this bill so the way
ABC
Oct 2, 2013 11:35pm PDT
his home in flushing, new york. mike kazbersak. is that how i pronounce it? >> you got it perfect, jimmy. >> jimmy: you are a government employee. you cannot tell what's you do, correct? >> that is correct. >> jimmy: are you a cia agent? >> i am not. >> jimmy: a meter maid? >> i am not. >> jimmy: all right. i can't think of any others. well, sean, mike, shake virtual hands. time to play the skype scavenger hunt. simple game. and it is to bring it back or do that as quickly and well as the you can. are you ready? your first challenge is to bring something back that will make the other person gjealous. best item wins. the other guy jealous. and there they go. i loike them to be clawing like "real housewives" at the end of this thing. they're off, each in their home. i've don't know how many levels in sean's home. mike has a second -- i'd show my six-pack abs. sean, show us what item you brought back. to make mike jealous. what's that, sean? who are they? >> picture of my friends. >> jimmy: your friends? >> yeah. >> jimmy: what's going on in the forest? mike, can you see that? >> i c
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 6:00am EDT
to the saints. and also baltimore got the benefit of the short week. mike count them. ravens sit at 2-2 and cleveland is in first place. are they 3-1, 3-2. 3-2 how about that. kick off sunday we will get it to 5. kick off sunday from miami is set for one. they wouldn't show you the 5th one. >>> nfl commissioner wants everyone to know the league is serious about safety and in an e-mail to fans the commissioner said the nfl is committed to "deliver the game to the fans love and safety the players deserve." he assured fans football would remain hard hitting and physical but the league will find ways to protect players. he listed changes the nfl made including independent team physicians to assist players and highlighted new emphasis on safety in youth football. so that's coming in from the nfl commissioner and this coming in to the abc2 studios. oreo our pet of the week from the maryland spce. oreo will be blessed later by the archbishop. that's coming up. does that dog need to make a confession? i am sorry i tinkeled on the carpet. >> they are-- tinkeled on the carpet. >> they are cute.
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 4:30am PDT
and into the truck. >>> so how long will these winds stick around? let's ask mike nicco. >> better part of today. that's a good question. let me show you what's going on in our hilltops, altamont pass, 24, the oakland hills, gusting to 30, same thing at alyce peak, knoxville creek 43. most of our lower elevations are feeling winds around 20 to 25 miles per hour. you're going to find a lot of debris on the roads when you're riding around this morning. trees, tree limbs, twigs, all that stuff, from such a long dry season that weakened part of the tree giving way to these winds. our fastest winds in the north bay mountains and diablo range through 3:00 this afternoon. if you have evening plans the winds will start to relax. before then they will be out of the east to northeast at 20 to 35 miles per hour with gusts up to 50 keeping the fire danger in our forecast for areas above 1,000 feet and that's until 6:00 tomorrow morning. we'll take a look at your temperatures because a warming trend is also on the way in your forecast. first a check of traffic. >> we certainly have high wind advisories issue
MSNBC
Oct 4, 2013 6:00am EDT
. >> mike barnicle offers a course on this whenever he wants to talk about anybody, he takes his mic off and huts it in his pocket. i learned that a long time ago. you have the conversation once your mic's in the pocket. >> every microphone is always live. >> exactly. >> near your mouth, it's live. >> just ask the live prime minister. >> reporter: the we're all wired up here, guys. >> we're going to win this. >> who's winning and losing here in the republicans are saying we're going to win this. it certainly doesn't look that way to most people observing. we haven't heard from you. >> the republicans are losing. >> why? >> because the country's against them. they are -- the country's against them and all of the -- it's weird that they don't seem to get the calendar, right? i mean, when they fought this battle the last time. 2011, they were fighting against a president who was in the position of vulnerability. he had to run for re-election in 2012. so the threats they were able to bring against him put him in a position where if he pushed them to the limit and they crashed the economy it
CBS
Oct 2, 2013 6:00am EDT
government. wjz has complete coverage of the shutdown. mike schuh is live at fort mchenry with the latest on thousand of maryland workers furloughed. first susan mcginnis reports for wjz from washington. >> day two of the first government shutdown in 17 years begins and there's no resolution in site. one leader republican said the shutdown alone may not bring democrats and republicans together. >> most budget agreements in the past have always involved debt limit increases. that will be the forcing action. >> last night the house trying to propose three bills. >> now they're focusing on trying to cherry pick the parts of government they like. >> as lawmaker debate americans are feeling the impact from closed museums and parks to federal workers forced off the job. joe mcgrain brought his family to the air force museum in dayton, ohio. the plane he flew during world war ii is displayed inside behind the locked gate. >> it was important to see where he sat and what he did. i'm sorry. i simply can't say anymore. >> economists estimate the u.s. economy is losing $300 million each day the gove
Al Jazeera America
Sep 28, 2013 5:30am EDT
taylor is actively working against nestle's control over the water, and mike is in favor of the nestle contract. and we asked nestle to join the program tonight. and the company spokes people declined. so colin, let me start with you. you've been covering this story in-depth for a very long time. frame it for us. what's going on with friberg? >> friberg is a small town. 3500 people. and it has excellent geology and the waterrists excellent. and it has a utility which serves the town and the neighboring town in new hampshire that is private held of the it was set up in the 1880s. and since the 1990s, this utility has been the source of water in friberg for poland spring water. there has been a lot of controversy in the count, the nestles involvement in friberg. some are happy they're there, and some are not. and the current chapter has to do with this 25-year contract, which would cement nestle's relationship with the local utility and lock in a stable pricing arraignment and a revenue stream for the utility. >> that sounds reasonable and that? >> it's a philosophical question that driv
Al Jazeera America
Oct 2, 2013 1:00pm EDT
we want to diminish the role of the federal government in our lives. >> mike viqueira is at the white house, and mike, the president is summoning the leadership to the white house this evening. is this a positive sign? >> reporter: well, it could be. they've been talking past each other. they haven't been talking to each other at all. at least now they'll be in the same room, stephanie. that's a breakthrough in the context of everything that has been happening before. what has happened before and continues to happen in the second day heading into the third day of the government shutdown is people are making the same rhetorical points over and over again. there is no negotiation whatsoever. each side waiting for the other to blink. each side waiting for the house and senate floors as messaging devices to put the other side in a box try to make them look back. try to gain some political advantage. all that translates to is utter gridlock as the government remains shutdown. as a matter of fact, the danger now is that this en pass could last a couple of more weeks. at that point it leads
Al Jazeera America
Oct 2, 2013 7:00pm EDT
year's time. it has ban busy day for president obama. mike joins us live from the white house with the very latest. the meeting is over, mike. but, there are a lot of people who are look at this saying it's still between the president and congress it's still between republicans an democrats. you pointed out before this all started a couple days ago that this is more a fight between republicans. tell me where that fight is the going right now. >> there's so many interesting ways to look at this. people role their eyes and we shake our heads here in washington. the political enter spray fascinating in terms of the consequences that we're suffering and we they suffer come october 17th. this is a question that john boehner the leader of house republican says it's question of math and tradition. let me explain the math real quick since this is a business show. there's 233 republicans in the house of representatives. a majority of the house, 218 votes. that's a ma majority of the peo. that means john boehner has 15 votes to stay in. this is not something that republicans or democrat
FOX News
Sep 30, 2013 4:00pm PDT
at the white house. james rosen with a look at what happens if the government shuts down and first to mike emanuel on capitol hill live. mike, what is the latest on this g.o.p. revolt in the house. >> well, john, there are a number of moderate house republicans who feel like the tea party has driven this conversation a little too far. they don't like the multiple attempts at trying to alter the president's healthcare law when the president has said he will veto it and they are worried about the consequences of a government shutdown and they feel like it is time to move forward. we are just hours away from a possible government shutdown. still, the house is moving forward with a bill this is the the senate says is dead on arrival it would fund the government. it would delay the obama care individual mandate. it would also take away the exemption for members of congress and for political appointees. ahead of a possible government shutdown. senate majority leader harry reid is trying to place the game in the lap of john boehner. >> the fate of our country and our economy now rests with john b
ABC
Oct 3, 2013 6:00am PDT
, 6:00 a.m. on this thursday. >>> we'll talk more about that in a second and right now mike is monitoring the increasing winds for us. >> that will be the big story as we head throughout the evening, tomorrow, and saturday. the high fire danger that comes with it. right now all is quiet on live doppler 7, and showing how quiet compared to yesterday. no high clouds out there and the sun rise won't be quite as colorful as it was yesterday and the day before. the day planner, the next hours around the bay, we're in the low to mid-50s under clear skies. sunny and 70 by noon and short sleeves possibly in the afternoon and a pleasant 74 degrees and the breezes will kick in and make it feel cooler than the 68 during the evening hours so you may need the same type of jacket as this morning. speaking of coats, we're in the 40s a lot of cool spots in the inland valleys and 70 by noon and mid to upper 70s, it looks pretty impressive for october and it's below average, and it will book breezy around 7:00 and it will continue through the overnight hours. the day planner, 48 this morning,
CNBC
Oct 4, 2013 12:00pm EDT
, and we will play the action and begin with the markets. mike santelli, what should we make of the way that the market has overreacted over the 11 days and i said 9 of 11 down, and do you think that at some point the buyers are going to come into the market more so than the lift today? >> yes, that lift today and the little lift that came out when the sense that speaker boehner was going to make a priority of the debt ceiling. if that is not completely glommed together with the actual fiscal side, you might actually see the market firm up a little bit here. it is so hard to handicap and i remember in the fiscal cliff that you never knew on a given day what the market would get or what it wanted. we are in the same boat here. >> and josh, many people thought that it was going to last a day or two days, but now a week or two. >> well, the psychology is simple. right now people are more afraid of being out on any kind of resolution for anything than afraid of the consequences for the economy. that being said, the longer it drags on, the quicker that dynamic changes, but i think that for r
Al Jazeera America
Sep 30, 2013 4:00pm EDT
the victims of the recent flooding in colorado, but we begin with mike viqueira. and mike you know it's not official until i come to you. any signs anywhere of a possible compromise here? >> on the outside, no. john boehner and house republican leaders came up with their plan. i don't know what we're up to now, l or m perhaps. and they will put on it on the floor of the house of representatives. the senate send back the clean-spending bill with no cuts to the president's health care initiative known as obamacare. the house is going to implement a one-year delay, or this is the plan, a one-year delay in the individual mandate that requires everyone to have insurance. they are also going to do something very controversial within this zip code, and that is they are going to take away their health care and make their and their staffs join the exchanges. once again we heard john boehner harping on the theme. >> the american people are worried about their job, they are worried about their incomes rising, because they are all under pressure, the economy is not growing, why? one of the issues
Al Jazeera America
Oct 3, 2013 4:00pm EDT
to get to safety. mike viqueira, our white house correspondent has been following these developments all afternoon, and he joins yo us n. mike, an extraordinary afternoon in washington, d.c. a city where you lived. a city you've covered for years. >> tony, you're right. when you describe the chase in washington, d.c. these are not just any streets of dc. they passed the monuments, memorial and government office buildings and traversed up capitol hill, when pennsylvania transitioned into constitution avenue. up past the u.s. capitol passing it on the capitol grounds and left to the chase to the senate office buildings and the supreme court. i'm on the third floor of the heart building. i have eyes on the vehicle in question. it is a black two-door infinity. police have both doors open at this moment. they're swarming in the car. the area is taped off, brass rank and file on the applies. they've cordoned off the area. the u.s. capitol police, an enormous force by most standards, 1500-1600 officers, this was described as an isolated incident. you've gone through the i want at this point, th
CBS
Oct 1, 2013 6:00am EDT
. for the first time in 17 years congress failed to pass a budget. wjz has complete coverage. mike schuh is live at fort mchenry which is closed this morning. first susan mcginnis reports for wjz from washington, d.c. >> mr. speaker, it's midnight and the great government of the united states is now closed. >> reporter: congress bikerred to the very end and missed a deadline to pass a new budget for the start of the fiscal year. lawmakers left the capital for a few hours sleep. they will be back this morning. >> hope we can open it tomorrow. >> reporter: the disagreement is over whether changes to the affordable care act should be part of a bill to fund the government. >> the house voted to keep the government open but we want basic fairness for all americans under obama care. >> it's embarrassing that these people who are elected to represent the country are representing the tea party. >>reporter: the impasse means many federal employees will report to work for about four hours to wrap things up and then they will be sent home without pay. >> we have to look into using our savings account, what
CBS
Oct 3, 2013 6:00am EDT
budget agreement. wjz has complete coverage of the shut down for you. mike schuh has more on impacts of a major sporting event. first susan mcginnis reports for wjz. >> congressional leaders left a white house meeting once again blaming each other for the partial government shutdown. >> we're through playing these little games. >> republicans are standing their ground saying any new budget agreement must include changes to the affordable care act. >> all we're asking for here is a discussion and fairness for the american people under obamacare. >> democrats stay they'll negotiate but only after the house passes a temporary budget with no strings attached. president obama believes there are enough votes for it to pass. >> the only thing that's stopping it is they have not been willing to say no to a faction of the republican party that are willing to burn the house down because of an obsession over my health care initiative. >> with neither side showing any sign of giving in the estimated 800,000 federal employees now furloughed are bracing for what could be an extended period without
NBC
Sep 29, 2013 8:30pm PDT
. >> cris: you have to go back still to that first half and the decision by mike smith to not kick that field goal on fourth and two down there early in the game. you and i are both talking about it. boy, early, you also want to put those points on the board. i think he was worried about playing against brady and trying to match points. but three points sure would be looking pretty good on that board right now. >> al: as i recall, he was 7-3 at that point. new england. could have made pit 7-6. wide receiver comparison tonight. so they've gone jones' way a dozen times but he's only caught five. white has been thrown two eight times, he's caught three. but tony gonzalez, that's a whole different issue. 12 catches, 149, 2 touchdowns. >> cris: don't be surprised if lolo number 80 is involved down here. he is 6'8". he is at the top in the slot up there. he is a weapon down here in the red zone. >> al: caught a touchdown pass last week against the dolphins. and -- to the back of the end zone to that man. they went to the 6'8". >> cris: if anything, maybe a little too low. can't tell if h
ABC
Oct 3, 2013 4:30am EDT
degrees for a lunchtime temperature. let's get a check of the traffic now with mike. >>> hot today. what'd you do? all right, it was me, oh okay. west side lynette and take a look. a 95 at liberty -- 695 at liberty road looking good this morning. in commute is easy. you can leave early. if your boss questions you tell them mike masco said it's okay. southbound 95 past exit 74 construction related delays but lots of green on the screen. it's really looking good. charlie is like what are you crazy? 83 northbound past exit 33 also construction related delays. south and east of town double nickels across the board. the speeds are looking good. great morning out there and talk more traffic and weather in just a little bit. >>> happening today a fair. the veteran job fair is going to be held at m&t bank stadium. some big employers will be there including johns hopkins health systems and state farm. it's going to run from 11:00 this morning until 3:00 in the afternoon. >>> well, purple friday comes a day early in anne arundel county that's because tonight arundel mills will host the first ever
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 5:00am EDT
's check the traffic with mike. >> reporter: traffic with mike. >> reporter: i just got this delanny valley road at loch raven a car is into a building. we will work to confirm this but there is going to be police activity in towson early this morning. fog of course the name of the game lynette mentioned that. look at 695 north side of the beltway, dealing with fog this morning. so reduced visibility is out there. south of the city, not so much so. 695 at the baltimore national pike looks good on most of the beltways to the south of this city. 95 southbound past exit 74 construction related delays and going to 95 northbound past exit 33 also construction related delays. baltimore city we go as you go towards howard street between north avenue and shady street cop struck related delay. this morning commute looks really good thus far. 695 between 795 and 95 the outer loop should take you about 11 minutes. another check on weather and traffic together in less than 10 minutes. >>> the government shut down continues forcing thousands out of work. elected leaders blame each other. treasury
NBC
Sep 29, 2013 11:30pm EDT
and the decision by mike smith to not kick that field goal on fourth and two down there early in the game. you and i are both talking about it. boy, early, you also want to put those points on the board. i think he was worried about playing against brady and trying to match points. but three points sure would be looking pretty good on that board right now. >> al: as i recall, he was 7-3 at that point. new england. could have made pit 7-6. wide receiver comparison tonight. so they've gone jones' way a dozen times but he's only caught five. white has been thrown two eight times, he's caught three. but tony gonzalez, that's a whole different issue. 12 catches, 149, 2 touchdowns. >> cris: don't be surprised if lolo number 80 is involved down here. he is 6'8". he is at the top in the slot up there. he is a weapon down here in the red zone. >> al: caught a touchdown pass last week against the dolphins. and -- to the back of the end zone to that man. they went to the 6'8". >> cris: if anything, maybe a little too low. can't tell if he just mishandle ted it broken up. >> cris: at 6'8", you want to thr
Al Jazeera America
Sep 30, 2013 8:00pm EDT
government. mike viqueira joining us live from capitol hill with the latest. mike? >> john there is no deal at this point. president obama called all four leaders of congress, basically laid down the law once again, he would not allow obamacare to be held hostage to a spending bill or a little bit later a debt ceiling bill. >> unfortunately right now house republicans continue to tie funding of the government to idealogical demands like limits a woman's access to contraception or delaying the affordable care act, all to save face after making some impossible promises to the extreme right-wing of their party. >> let's get you caught up to date of what has hand over the course of the last several hours. it was last saturday when the house met well into the night. harry reid said all along he was not going to play. he was good to his word today. dismissing in a matter of minutes a straight party line vote on the senate floor removing the provisions that the house put in, sending back a clean spending bill without anything in there about the affordable care act back to the house of representati
FOX
Sep 28, 2013 6:00am EDT
that also provides money to the president's health care law. mike emanuel has more. cornyn says: "i would ask my colleagues, before they vote yes on this important amendment, do you really want to be responsible for killing more jobs?" democrats succeeded in placing obamacare money back into the stopgap funding bill. even before voting began, texas conservative ted cruz looked ahead to the next confrontation. cruz says: "the good news is the process isn't over. it's going to go back to the house of representatives, and i salute the house for having had the courage to stand up and fight and defund obamacare." the senate majority leader took aim at cruz and his allies. reid says: "these extremists are more interested in putting on a show as one republican put it, than in legislating." senate g-o-p leader mitch mcconnell said all republicans agree the health care law must go. mcconnel says: "it all adds up to one thing: a law in trouble. a law that needs to be repealed. that's the goal of every member of the republican conference here in the senate." the president appeared in the white house
CBS
Oct 4, 2013 5:00am EDT
the american legion bridge. mike, andrea? >>> man monika. coming up on 5:02. did postpartum depression play a role in the deadly chase from the white house to the capitol yesterday? the mother of the connecticut woman responsible for the chase says her daughter was suffering from it. >> that chaos ended when officers shot and killed the woman behind the wheel only to discover a toddler in the backseat. luckily the child was not hurt. delia goncalves is live near the scene with more and what is the latest on the investigation this morning, delia? >> reporter: we can tell you police still on the scene at first constitution avenue and northeast. take a look behind me here. we are on the senate side of the capitol and police are still here and they have blocked off a portion of the road as they continue to investigate. we can tell you the child now in protective custody. police though still trying to figure out the -- who and why of yesterday's chase and crash. investigators last night searched the suspect's home in stamford, connecticut. police say 34-year-old miriam carey drove her car into p
NBC
Oct 3, 2013 4:30am PDT
that in the forecast but mike, the winds around the mid span of the bridges you may notice on the drive. >> so good note drivers, we're telling you there may be gusty conditions for the commute. right now not a lot of crowding on the roadways, that's good news. this is san jose. you see no major slowing, the yellow down to 59. light volume of traffic. there is your overnight construction. 880 south past stevens creek boulevard you may have majority of the lanes closed for the next half hour to hour. south 17 at camden reports of a crash. a lot of slowing and now it's starting to smooth out a bit. we'll see flashing lights and i'll track the updates. back to you. >> thank you. we have breaking news off the coast of africa. at least 94 people are dead including two children after a boat carrying african migrants caught fire and sank about 70 miles from the coast of tunisia. 159 people have been rescued but the boat is believed to have been carrying some 500 people. that means about 250 are still unaccounted for. the mayor of the local town says the ship caught fire after people on board set off flare
ABC
Oct 3, 2013 4:30am PDT
are close by on the dry bay area hills, mike? >> wind advisory along with the red-flag warning, this includes 6:00 and includes the same areas. the winds may be up to 45 miles per hour but it will end before the red-flag warning 3:00 tomorrow afternoon. check out the wind gusts and you'll see them out over the ocean but you'll also see them coming in through the central valley and spreading across the north bay mountains and the east bay hills in the diablo range as we head into tomorrow morning. tomorrow morning is when the winds should be the fastest with gusts 46 at fairfield and 38 at napa and 25 at santa rosa and 30 to 35 in san francisco and half moon bay. your day planner for today, starting off in the 50s and sunshine. it won't be quite as colorful the sunrise this morning without the lack vof high clouds. 62 at the coast and low fills for us and 70s away from the coast at 4:00, 60s there all of us dropping back to near the 60-degree to 70-degree mark by 7:00. the three warmest days are friday, saturday, and sunshine. good morning. >> good morning, mike. yes, indeed, qu
FOX
Sep 29, 2013 6:00am PDT
how obama care will affect you. tim kaine who supports the plan, and mike lee who wants it repealed. and the historic phone call between obama and rouhani. and our american power player of the weekend. >> when i looked out from under my helmet, all of these marines were looking at me. >> hello again from fox news in washington. we're just hours away from a potential government shut down. the house passed a revamped spending bill, but added conditions that the senate democrats call unacceptable. kevin mccarthy is joining me, the senate whip. now you sent a measure to the senate to keep funding obama care, but with a year delay in -- keep funding the government with a year delay in obama care and a repeal on the tax on medical devices. now harry reid says that is dead on arrival when they come back into session monday afternoon ten hours before the shut down. i know you want them to pass it, but i assume they don't. what do you do then? >> you assume they won't, but there were 79 senators that voted to end the pacemaker tax. you have the president this year every single month delaying
ABC
Oct 3, 2013 5:00am EDT
the middle of next week. let's get a check of the traffic now with mike. >>> wow. the ac's cranking at casa dell masco right now. it's a cool 58 in my house right now. hey all of 695 looking gorgeous. let's go right out towards 95. look at this all green on the screen. speed sensor around 55. that's ideal speeds so you got a great commute out there thus far this morning. only issue would be construction related delays. just a few not many. and again you go up towards north of 95 out to white marsh mall and some construction related delays. not a big deal this morning. so again speeds are good. lots of green on the screen drive times are looking good. here's the shot at 695 and the jfx. usually it's going to be like a parking lot in another couple of hours, if you can get the commute on now. go. outer loop at exit 18 on 695. no big tie-ups. 95 southbound also some delays and 83 northbound past exit 33 a couple of construction related delays. another check on traffic and weather together coming up. hi megan. >>> we're learning new details this morning about a really serious story we've been f
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 4:30am EDT
. you can stick around for the next several days. let's check the traffic now with mike. >> reporter: thanks. good morning. here we go. friday. it's friday. nothing on the roads thus far this morning. 695 -- excuse me? >> friday. >> reporter: i am sorry i am trying to talk myself into this one. give me another 15 minutes and i will get more spicy. 695 north side of the beltway look good. traffic is really an easy go thus far. looking at 695 baltimore national pike looks good. construction related delays. 59 southbound past exit 74 we have an issue. 95 northbound at exit 67 near the white marsh mall construction related delays and 83 northbound past exit 33 also construction related delays. we will take you to 95 northbound past exit 33 south of the city there's some construction related delays. drive times this morning not bad lots of green on the screen. 95 southbound between 895 harbor tunnel throughway and fort mchenry toll plaza taking you about 6 minutes. another check on traffic and weather in less than 10 minutes. >>> mike, he needs royal farms coffee. consumer alert adobe sys
NBC
Oct 5, 2013 7:00am EDT
iii and his teammates, head coach mike shanahan on sunday's game, and preparing for the bye week. the redskins wired up, a taste of late night. a piece of redskins' legacy and more coming up on "inside the redskins". >>> hi, everybody, welcome to "inside the redskins" on nbc 4. i'm rick "doc" walker. the burgundy and gold travelled and got a "w". first win of the year, robert griffin iii continued to look better despite playing in the dirt and in front of a hostile crowd. >> how does it feel? >> feels good. we had to get a win for the bye and find a way to do it, defense played great. offense played great when we had to. put points on the borpd a good overall team win. everybody's excited. we'll have a good flight back home, enjoying the bye-week making the most of the situation,ing 1-3 come back get on a winning streak. >> feeling more comfortable each week? >> yeah, the more you play, the more comfortable in any season. i think everybody's seeing the offschedule plays come and trying to point to that. but you know, to me it's not even about me or the injury, it's about us as a
Al Jazeera America
Oct 2, 2013 12:00pm EDT
mike viqueira is live at the white house now. mike, good morning, is there any more progress to report in >> the arguments are extremely familiar as you just heard, stephanie. it appears at this point the sides are hardening if anything. the republicans in the house right be considering throwing in the towel, at least house leadership, it appears now we are melding into the next deadline, and that is that congress has to vote allow more borough. the white house announcing that they have invited the constructional leaders here to talk. you might say this is kind of odd, after two days of the government shutdown the president finally having a face-to-face meeting. the last time he spoke with these leaders was monday night, and he spoke with them on the phone. republicans are spinning this as the white house wanting to negotiate. the white house has a vastly different take on what is happening here. meanwhile as we pointed out the arguments are familiar. they continue in the halls of congress and on the senate floor. here is dick durbin and john cornyn calling opposite viewpoints. >> why
Al Jazeera America
Oct 3, 2013 12:00pm EDT
. libby casey is live on capitol hill, but we begin with mike viqueira at the white house. mic, yesterday the president brought out bankers, said he saw him speak from a construction plant. what is his message. >> well, there are 800,000 federal employees out of work, and this construction business goes -- has some business that goes away because of the shutdown. that has an effect on all of the businesses that support it in the surrounding area. but he was really there to blast john boehner saying time and time again if he could just bring democrats into this process, then the bill would pass. there is some justification for that. i don't think there's any question that that is the case. but he blasted john boehner time and time again. >> the only thing that is preventing all of that from happening, right now, today, in the next five minutes is that speaker john boehner won't even let the bill get a yes or no vote because he doesn't want to anger the extremists in his party. that's all. that's what this whole thing is about. >> so where are we? >> we are nowhere? there is no glimmer of h
ABC
Sep 29, 2013 5:00pm PDT
for sports. shu? >> mike: a little bit of everything today. usc made a rare move today. you normally don't see at this point in the season. and we had one hoff the rarest endings in baseball between mi >> mike: the a's end the year with 96 victories. a shutout in seattle, what better way to end the season with dancing groundskeepers. a's with four runs off ramirez in the second. brandon moss, scores seth smith. sunny gray, strong outing, allows three hits. struck out eight. finishes 5-3. the a's get four more in the fifth. a's end the regular season with a 9-0 shutout and hose detroit friday. >> the tigers finished their season in miami and what a ending. there was no score heading into the bottom of the ninth. faces loaded for miami. tigers pitcher throws a wild pitch. runner scores. marlins win, alvarez the first walkoff wild pitch no-hitter in baseball history. 1-0 the final. >> giants and padres. touching moment as brian stowe with as to fans. zito got a curtain call. probably his last pitch with the giants and he got a standing o. >> cabrera, first career home run, perfect timing. s
ABC
Sep 29, 2013 6:00pm PDT
, why case space x could be delivering goods for nasa. and rain could be coming: >> mike: giants and a's end their regular season with victories, but only one is moving on. and >> in less than 27 hours the u.s. government will run out of money to pay its bills and means some services will shut down. the problem is congress cannot agree on a deal. house republicans want to amend the spending bill to include a delay in the president's healthcare law. democrats say that's not going to happen. >> we're not going to be extorted, the country is not going to be extorted. we're not going 0 to negotiate with a gun to our head. >> senate majority leader harry reid told the house of representatives and american people, go jump in a lake. i'm not willing to compromise or even talk. >> if no deal is in place, visa and passport applications for a half million people will be delayed, so will mortgages for first-time home-buyers and the national guard will send less help to colorado for recovery efforts after the devastating floods. >> the senate will meet tomorrow. >>> space x ran a test flight today
ABC
Oct 3, 2013 11:00am PDT
, landing in traffic on capital expressway south of the reed hill view airport in san jose. mike keller is there. you talked with the plane's owner? reporter: yes, we did. the plane was towed here. it was a training flight that took a wrong turn. the morning commute in east san jose is normally busy, but today an extra road block was in place for drivers. a small plane carrying two people made an emergency landing on capital expressaway at 8:00 this morning, coming to a stepin the right-hand turn lane. >> seen nothing like this recently. blocking my way, so i had to go straight. >> the owner of the flight school, aerodynamic aviation, told us the pilot and student lost power after taking off from the nearby airport. once there was trouble the pilot took the controls and set down the plane. >> the nice thing is the traffic lights and there was a whole empty stretch where cars were stopped. >> the owner would not name the pilot but says he has 3,000 hours of flight experience and has -- the next step is to take apart the engine of the plane. as for the school,. >> lands once before in the
ABC
Oct 4, 2013 11:00am PDT
the flames. good morning. i'm kristen sze. >> i'm cheryl jennings. >> let's check in with mike nicco for the windiest spots. >> we'll start with the current conditions. gusting to 44 in fairfield. 31 in napa which has been the fast spot around the bay area throughout the borni imorning h. 25 at sfo, 25 at mountain view. the wind advisory is for north-northeast wind sustained at 20 to 30, with gusts up to 40. that's in the north bay, mountains, east bay hills and diablo range. a lot of the passes, you will have issues. white knuckling. it's a red-flag warning. the high fire danger continues above 1,000 feet. but it's longer than the 3:00 stop time for the wind advisory, it's until 6:00 tomorrow morning for all the areas in red. any time you step away from the tv, you can get live radar and weather alerts by downloading our abc7news weather app. we'll have more on the heat coming in the forecast. >>> look at the camera on the bay bridge just bouncing around there. that's crazy. cleanup is underway in many bay area neighborhoods where fierce winds have caused a whole lot of damage. aim
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